Nissan released the third of four mobility concept vehicles ahead of the Japan Mobility Show later this month. The Hyper Tourer concept aims to show how it can incorporate health-based technology into an all-electric vehicle.
Nissan all-electric concept
Nissan is going to extremes — for the Japan Mobility Show, that is. The automaker plans to reveal an assortment of EV show cars at the annual event and, after giving us a sense of how it might plug into city life with the Hyper Urban Crossover, it’s now taking us out on the trail with the eco-friendly Nissan Hyper Adventure concept.
Japanese automaker Nissan showed off the first of a series of concept vehicles it plans to display at the Japan Mobility Show at the end of October. The Hyper Urban crossover is a four-seater with an unmistakable look. Check it out at Headlight.News.